The possibility of yet another U.S. war became more real last week, when the Obama
administration sharply confronted both China and Iran. The first aggressive act was performed by
Obama’s Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, who “warned” China that it must support serious economic sanctions against Iran (an act of war).
said: “China will be under a lot of pressure to recognize the
destabilizing effect that a nuclear-armed Iran would have, from which they receive a significant
percentage of their oil supply.”
The implication here is that China will be cut off from a major energy source if they do not
support U.S. foreign policy — this, too, would equal an act of war.
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